Do You Know What's 
In The Sky Above You?

Now we have the machine learning technology
to analyze unidentified objects in our skies. 

How It Works

Our mission is straightforward: connect a network of civilian-owned sensor arrays, use machine learning to catalogue anomalous events, and share this data with researchers.

1

Monitor the Sky

At the edge of the Sky Hub network sit individual Sensor Arrays. These incorporate video feeds, magnetometers, RF spectrum monitors and other tools, in a weather-ready enclosure.

2

Apply A.I.

Inside each enclosure is the artificial intelligence brains of the system, the Tracker. It monitors sensor data, and compares it with local background information to determine when anomalies occur.

3

Store Anomalies in Cloud

Recorded anomalies are next sent to the Sky Hub Cloud, where they are stored and made open to the public for research purposes. Additional machine learning is applied to Cloud data to discover aggregate trends.

Why We're Doing This


Today's consumer grade technology is finally cheap enough to assemble our own network of smart sensors to capture the digital signatures of UAPs.

How You Can Help

We're a volunteer-run organization.
If you're passionate about UAP science, consider supporting our mission.

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